The Leanor and Alvin Segal Theatre & ThéČtre PąP
are pleased to invite
to a presentation of
By Patrice Dubois and Martin Labrecque
Directed by Patrice Dubois
An English Language Premiere!
2004 Masque Award for Best Production In Montreal!
Everybody’s Welles, a multi-media, solo performance by co-writer/director, Patrice Dubois, about a meek Quebecois film scholar whose life and career are altered by his experience of Welles’s films. It is a piece of theatre that takes up the recurring themes in Welles’s life and and oeuvre, notably the student/teacher relationship and the search for one’s individual identity within greater society. One could also say that this production draws a portrait of American society from 1915, the year of Welles’s birth, until today. Everybody’s Welles does not pretend to be a definite biography of Orson Welles but rather a theatre docudrama, an evocative homage to Welles where fact and fiction blur.
C’est touchant, c’est super bien fait.
Les spécialistes d’Orson Welles ne pourront pas prendre en défaut le spectacle.
-André Ducharme, ChaĒne culturelle
Smart, sharp piece…feels like a séance that’s way fun.
- Matt Radz, The Gazette
There will be an audience ‘talkback’ with the play’s creators and star,
Patrice Dubois and Martin Labrecque, immediately following the show.
To reserve your tickets (max 2 per MFG member):
Please contact the theatre’s box office at 514-739-7944
Payment with Visa or Mastercard by phone;
cash or debit in person only.
Please mention that you are a Montreal Film Group member
for this special price of $15/ticket.
Note box office hours:
Friday 12-4, Sunday 10:30-4:30, Monday-Wednesday 12-8
General Questions for the MFG: http://www.montrealfilmgroup.com/contact.php
The Leanor and Alvin Segal Theatre
(at the Saidye Bronfman Center)
5170 Cote Ste Catherine Rd.
Metro: Cote Ste Catherine